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CSAT Module 4 | Dallas, TX

2/6/2019 to 2/10/2019
Where: Hilton Garden Inn (Allen, TX - Dallas)
705 Central Expressway South
Allen 75013
United States
Presenter: Dr. Kenneth Adams and Dr. Gregory Futral
Contact: IITAP Staff
480-575-6853


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HOSTED BY:

 

Serenity View Recovery Center
3800 County Road 444 | Princeton, TX 75407 | www.serenityview.com


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

"The Professional Call"
*15 hours of supervision must be completed prior to attending this module. Your primary supervisor will need to submit the hours verification form to IITAP prior to the start of the training.

In this last module of the series, faculty members bring together all of the knowledge presented in the previous modules. Best practices are presented. Ethical issues are explored in detail. Participants will take part in a graduation ceremony that is both meaningful and significant.

TARGET AUDIENCE
Mental Health Practitioners for example; Licensed Social Workers (LSW), Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), Psychologists,  Psychiatrist,  Medical Doctors (MD), Certified Addiction Counselors

TRAINING HOURS:

8:30 am – 5:00 pm Wednesday thru Saturday (Lunch included)  –  Sunday  8:00 am – 12:00 pm (No lunch included)

DAILY SCHEDULE:
 
8:30am-10:00am Workshop/ 10:00am-10:15am Break 
12:00pm-12:30pm lunch/ 3:00pm-3:15pm Break/ 3:15pm-5:00pm
Lunch provided Wednesday - Saturday

TRAINING FEES:  
$1,300.00 USD - Early Bird Registration Fee Ends on January 22nd, 2019  
$1,400.00 USD - Standard Registration Fee Starts on January 23rd, 2019

HOTEL INFORMATION (Training will be held at the hotel):
Hilton Garden Inn
705 Central Expressway South 
Allen, TX 75013

Training Room: Allen Ballroom

Reservations:
Phone: 972-633-2933
Hotel Booking Link: Click Here
Discount Code: CSAT Module 4 Training

Room Rates: $99.00 + Taxes
Room Block Dates: Tuesday, February 5th – Sunday, February 10th, 2019
Room cut-off date: Monday, January 21, 2019

AIRPORT:
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport (DFW) - Distance to Hotel: 33 miles / Roughly a 45-minute transfer.

Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL) - Distance to Hotel: 20 miles / Roughly a 25-minute transfer.

PLEASE NOTE: Transfers from the Airports to the Hilton Garden Inn Dallas/Allen are the responsibility of the candidates. No Transfers will be provided from the airport to the training facility.

CANCELLATION POLICY:
For a full refund, a written cancellation notice must be received by IITAP no later than 30 days prior to the scheduled event. Cancellations received less than 30 days prior to the scheduled event will be refunded less a $300 cancellation fee. No refund will be given as of the first day of the scheduled event. Allow 6 weeks for refund.

CE HOURS AND ACCREDITING INSTITUTIONS:
30 CE Hours 

IITAP is a continuing education (CE) provider for the:

  • National Association for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Counselors - NAADAC #92253
  • California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists - CAMFT #135430
  • New York State Education Department’s State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0224.
  • New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed marriage and family therapists.#MFT-0031.
  • New York State Education Department’s State Board for Mental Health Practitioners as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed mental health counselors.#MHC-0060
  • IITAP has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6251. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified.  IITAP is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs.
REGISTRATION FEES: UNTIL 01/22/2019 STARTING 01/23/2019
Online Registration $1,300.00 $1,400.00

Learning Objectives for this Course

Upon completion of CSAT Module 4, candidates will be able to:

  1. Explore different lenses in viewing sexuality cases (sex therapy, sex addiction, attachment, psychodynamic,etc). How does your lens or your bias color treatment? Are there occasions when incorporating information from other lenses will improve patient care?
  2. Explore the specific circumstances in a client presentation in which the addiction/ compulsivity label and construct provides a useful paradigm for structuring effective treatment.
  3. Participants will explore case when a different approach to treatment would have been a better choice and will compare models and discuss the benefits from working with different cases from different models of treatment.
  4. Review the strengths of these different approaches and how applying different theories can improve outcomes for cases.
  5. Integrate assessment tools like the SDI 4.0 and PTSI-R to support loosening client denial, promoting surrender to the treatment process, establishing initial sobriety & conceptualizing clinical cases.
  6. Identify interpretive connections observed between early attachment trauma / attachment insecurity and the unique features of a client’s sexual arousal template and apply to case conceptualization and treatment planning.
  7. Identify components of attachment repair as part of treatment for addicts, partners, and couples.
  8. Be able to distinguish between first stage and second stage recovery goals for the couple.
  9. Utilize a clinical case discussion format to explore transference and countertransference, boundaries, and related potential clinical issues.
  10. Review practical interventions and logistics surrounding the implementation of workbook resources including Facing the Shadow, Recovery Start Kit, & Recovery Zone, Vol.1
  11. Identify and describe updated research findings related to the SDI-4.0 assessment.
  12. Outline use, interpretation, and integration of results of assessment instruments (i.e., SDI-4, PTSI-R, MAWASI, MMPI-2-RF, MCMI-III) utilizing data from multiple case presentations.
  13. Specific case examples will be used to illustrate examples of treatment planning that incorporates use of the training materials from all 4 modules, focusing on application in long term cases.
  14. Apply case presentation assessment interpretations to treatment planning strategies aimed at relapse prevention.
  15. Participants will present their own case utilizing and appropriate intervention discussed during the training and share how using that intervention had a positive impact on the case.
  16. Be able to define and apply different methods of sex addiction treatment to female sex and love addicts.
  17. Participants will learn conceptualizations of love and relationship addiction and how those are different and can be more common in female sex and love addicts.
  18. Define how treatment of female addicts is different from male addicts and identify some potential pitfalls in treatment.
  19. Participants will conduct treatment planning for a case of a female sex and love addict.
  20. Participants will learn about resources specifically for their female addicts and their males partners.
  21. Participants will discuss treatment of sex addiction and compulsivity from a multicultural lens.
  22. Participants will be able to define the difference between cultural sensitivity and cultural humility and be able to apply these concepts in cases where sexual compulsivity is present.
  23. Participants will be involved in numerous cases of treatment planning involving many different faith groups, ethnic groups, races, abilities, orientations and genders.
  24. Participants will present culturally sensitive treatment plans with different multicultural cases.
  25. Participants will again be informed about IITAPs policies on reparative therapy and that being gay is not considered a mental illness.
  26. Case examples from the LGBTQ population will be shared and discussed in light of orientation, and gender fluidity.
  27. Participants will discuss issues of transference and counter-transference in this work and how they plan to manage this in their practices going forward.
  28. Participants will evaluate their practices from a business standpoint, and discuss how they can further work to differentiate themselves as a CSAT.
  29. Participants write and develop and share their “treatment philosophies”.
  30. Participants will participate in a graduation ceremony where they describe their most powerful learnings throughout the training process.

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